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Hyundai Head of Exterior Design, Mr. Min-chul Koo, says technology will be matched by appealing design
A wave of advanced automotive technology will soon make itself felt on the UAE’s roads, according to one of the Hyundai Motor Company’s most senior executives, with new models using technology developed as part of the company’s research into autonomous vehicles. Speaking during a visit to Dubai, Mr. Zayong Koo, Hyundai’s Vice-President of Global Corporate Communications and Investor Relations, said the Korean carmaker was committed to bringing advances in driverless vehicles and alternative power sources into the mass-market.
Mr. Koo said these next-generation technologies were part of Hyundai’s immediate model plans for the region, and were already appearing on showroom models.
“Hyundai is an industry leader not only in research and development, but also in making sure the ideas we create are applied to the cars our customers can buy,